Walter Long

Walter Long may refer to:

  • Walter Long (1565–1610), English knight of South Wraxall and Draycot, Wiltshire, friend of Sir Walter Raleigh
  • Walter Long (c. 1594–1637), his son, English knight of Wiltshire
  • Sir Walter Long, 1st Baronet (c. 1591–1672), English MP for Ludgershal, prosecuted in the Star Chamber and imprisoned in the Tower of London
  • Sir Walter Long, 2nd Baronet (1627–1710), his son, English MP for Bath
  • Walter Long (MP 1701–1702) (c. 1648–1731), English MP for Calne
  • Walter Long (of Preshaw) (1788–1871), English landowner of Preshaw, Hampshire
  • Walter Long (of South Wraxall) (c. 1712–1807), English Landowner of South Wraxall, Wiltshire
  • Walter Long (1793–1867), English landowner of Rood Ashton, Wiltshire and MP for North Wiltshire
  • Walter Long, 1st Viscount Long (1854–1924), British politician, MP, Secretary of State for the Colonies and First Lord of the Admiralty
  • Walter Long (British Army officer) (1879–1917), his son, British officer in the First World War
  • Walter Long, 2nd Viscount Long (1911–1944), his son, British peer and soldier
  • Walter Long (actor) (1879–1952), United States character actor, starred in Laurel and Hardy films

Other articles related to "long, walter long, walter, walters":

High Sheriff Of Wiltshire - Sheriff - 18th Century
1702 (William Willoughby altered to) Christopher Willoughby, of West Knoyle 1703 Richard Long (1668-1730), of Collingbourne 1704 Walter Long (d ... Baronet 1708 Francis Kenton 1709 (Oliver Calley altered to) Walter Ernle, of Conock, Chirton 1710 William Benson, of Amesbury 1711 Daniel Webb, of Monkton Farleigh 1712 John Cox, of Kemble, near ... Salisbury 1743 John or William Hippesley, of Stanton Fitzwarren 1744 (John Walters of Titherley altered to) Fulke Greville, of Wilbury House, Newton Toney 1745 Walter Long, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, and Preshaw ...
John French, 1st Earl Of Ypres - Lord Lieutenant of Ireland - 1919
... been usual but through the Colonial Secretary, his friend Walter Long ... MacMahon was Roman Catholic, which caused Walter Long and to some extent French himself concerns that this would increase the power of the Roman Catholic hierarchy over Irish ... Haldane and the recently-elected Irish Dáil (Haldane blamed Walter Long who was opposed to the talks) ...
Walter Long (of Preshaw)
... Walter Long of Preshaw House, Hampshire, JP, DL (24 November 1788 – 5 January 1871) was an English landowner ... Descended from the Long family of Wiltshire, he was born at Corhampton, Hampshire, the only son of John Long and Ellen Hippesley Trenchard ... Trenchards, (from 1617) had been owned by Henry Long, Lord of the manor of Southwick, and was at one time a Royal hunting lodge the present building dates from the late 14th ...

Famous quotes containing the words long and/or walter:

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    Muriel Rukeyser (1913–1980)

    Thy gowns, thy shoes,thy beds of roses,
    Thy cap, thy kirtle, and thy posies,
    Soon break, soon wither—soon forgotten,
    In folly ripe,in reason rotten.
    —Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?–1618)